Rolling Stone Announces SXSW Rock Room Day Parties

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Rolling Stone Announces SXSW Rock Room Day Parties

Rolling Stone returns to Austin this year with our Live Rock Room day parties featuring some of the biggest names in town for SXSW. Curated by Rolling Stone editors, the set list features five bands taking over the Rock Room stage each day, along with the Peached Tortilla truck serving up good eats on Friday and our annual Saturday Rock & Roll BBQ set for Saturday.

The Rock Room will return to La Zona Rosa (612 W. 4th St) in downtown Austin, with the festivities kicking off at 11:30 am on both March 15th and 16th. Friday's show will be headlined by the Screaming Eagle of Soul himself, Charles Bradley, and Brooklyn multi-instrumentalists the Menahan Street Band. Also set to play are Chelsea Light Moving, the new project from Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore, rock luminary Eric Burdon, eclectic indie rockers Fitz and the Tantrums, Chicago soul-revivalists JC Brooks and the Uptown Sounds, and Swedish garage pop outfit Shout Out Louds.

Big-riff – and big-hair – rock devotees Free Energy will headline Saturday's show while guests chow down on free BBQ all day. Rising singer-songwriter duo Gus + Scout will also take the stage, as will 16-year-old British wunderkind Jake Bugg, Los Angeles folk rockers Lord Huron, and alt-rock outfit Surfer Blood.

There will also be giveaways and activities for guests all day, while DJ Small Change will spin tunes throughout the afternoon.

The complete schedule for the Rolling Stone Rock Room at SXSW is below. Follow @RollingStone for a chance for guaranteed entry into the event. You must be at least 21 years old to attend.

Friday, March 15th 
Charles Bradley featuring The Menahan Street Band
Chelsea Light Moving
Eric Burdon
Fitz and the Tantrums
JC Brooks and the Uptown Sound
Shout Out Louds
DJ Small Change

Saturday, March 16th
Free Energy
Gus + Scout
Jake Bugg
Lord Huron
Surfer Blood
DJ Small Change

Also, stay up to date with all of Rolling Stone's SXSW coverage here.

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